Difference between Large Cap, Mid Cap, Small Cap Stocks – SEBI Categorization of Mutual Funds

When it comes to investing in equity mutual funds, people tend to look for the best large-cap funds, best mid-cap funds, best small-cap funds and whatnot. But till very recently, there weren’t any clear guidelines in Indian mutual fund space…

Picking a Fund with 15% p.a. in 10 years Or a fund with 25% p.a. in 3 years?

That's an interesting problem. Neither 15% nor 25% can be called as bad returns. After all, risk free rates are at 8% or even less. But ofcourse, we are greedy and we prefer higher returns. Isn't it? I recently wrote…

SEBI Mutual Fund Categorization & Rationalization – Making Sense of it for Long Term Investors

If you are an existing mutual fund investor, you would already be aware that a lot of mutual funds schemes are being renamed, recategorised, merged or getting their mandates (investment objectives) changed. Technically, this is being referred to as 'Categorization…

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